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Wildflower to open in Rivulon, serve beer, wine

By GSN Contributor Wildflower restaurant is opening a location on Tuesday, April 3 in Rivulon, the mixed-use development located at the corner of Gilbert Road and Loop 202 in Gilbert. The Gilbert location, and another one...

Treating airline pilots a specialty of this doctor

By Melody Birkett   Psychology major, commercial pilot, flight instructor and wellness doctor. Dr. Eric Shreder combines his varied background into one medical practice called Full Circle Health near the Mesa/Gilbert line. “It’s a med spa-like environment...

‘The Cozy Peach’ is Queen Creek’s first accommodation

By Wayne Schutsky   Known primarily for peaches, hayrides and fresh produce, Queen Creek’s Schnepf Farms is now branching out with the town’s first overnight accommodations. The new offering is called The Cozy Peach – a reference...

Hand & Stone spa educates customers based on their needs

By Srianthi Perera   A 36-year career in the oil industry and a frozen shoulder led Anita Rogers to a Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa in Houston, Texas a few years ago.   Now retired, the...

The Baked Bear opens in SanTan Village

Story and photos by Alex Whitten   Fresh baked brownies and cookies, rows upon rows of ice cream flavors, and a multitude of candies and toppings; these are all things you can expect while visiting The...

San Tan Ford owner Tim Hovik recognized with ASU Alumni award

By Coty Dolores Miranda Tim Hovik has been an Arizona State University Sun Devil fan since he was a youngster growing up in Washington State and came to campus to visit his two older brothers. Now...

Gilbert-born Creative Home Engineering builds secret doors

Story and photos by Srianthi Perera A thriving Gilbert business credits its inspiration to Hollywood’s spy movies. Creative Home Engineering founder Steve Humble creates customized secret doors disguised as bookcases, armoires, mirrors and stairs that disguise...

Good Night Pediatrics offers overnight urgent care for kids

By Alison Stanton As most parents know quite well, it can be very worrisome when children are ill with a cold, flu, earache or other health issue. It is even more difficult when a child is...

Mr. Mac opens in Gilbert; offers LDS missionary clothing

By Melody Birkett Utah-based Mr. Mac opened its first clothing store outside the state in Gilbert recently. The store sells high-end merchandise, caters to missionaries. Mac Christiansen opened his inaugural store over 50 years ago. “He wanted...

Page Park Center renamed, selects operator to serve needy

By Srianthi Perera The nonprofit Azcend has been chosen to establish and run social services at Page Park Center. The building that formerly housed Gilbert’s first library also has been renamed Heritage Center because of its...